If Project management is not used....
- Selected projects do not always fit organizational strategies
- No process for closing non-performing projects
- Project performance is not measured consistently
- Project success heavily depends on Project Manager
- Project Managers are reluctant to ask for help
- Project Managers do not have leadership support in dealing with stakeholders
- Project management processes, tools and techniques are not consistent across projects
If project management is used...
- Projects go through gate reviews and go/no-go decisions are made consistently based on performance
- Projects are linked with strategies (business objectives)
- Projects are more successful due to utilization of standardized methodologies, tools and techniques
- Project Managers are recognized as change leaders
- Project Managers build relationship of trust with Portfolio Managers
- Portfolio Managers provide support in dealing with stakeholders